Enter the Dragon archway and you'll find yourself on the street formerly known as Dupont in its notorious red-light heyday. Sixty years...
Ruth Asawa Fountain
Orchard Garden Hotel
Green space above the Chinatown Gate, with south-facing, big-sky Downtown views.
The crowd dresses sharp at Vessel, a midsized subterranean club-lounge with kick-ass sound and mesmerizing lighting, which sometimes...
Hidden down a little alleyway, Cafe Claude is the perfect French cafe, with zinc bar, umbrella tables outside and staff chattering en...
Le Sanctuaire information
Lonely Planet review
Mad scientists, thrill seekers and professional chefs get buzzed, speakeasy-style (read: appointment only) at this culinary curiosity shop. Here you'll find anchovy juice, spherifiers to turn fruit into caviar, salt for curing meats and, of course, that hallmark of molecular gastronomy: foaming agents.
Check the website for classes on making smoked watermelon with vacuum sealers and using liquid nitrogen to make powdered lard – alas, suspending disbelief with gellants isn't on the schedule.